- Pushing the Limits with the Canon Collective 24-Hour Challenge
Personal — and photographic — growth comes from stepping outside your comfort zone. We’ve all heard it before, but it’s rarely put into practice.
Sticking to what you know is generally more appealing than the risks associated with stepping into the unknown. Maybe that’s why few people make use of this advice.
The aim of the Canon Collective 24-Hour Challenge is to demonstrate how you can build creative momentum to break through this barrier.
Canon Collective members Russell Charters and Mitch Pearson-Goff were our very brave and passionate guinea pigs. They put themselves on the line, and their results show the fruits available to those who take calculated risks.
Watch our short film which documents their experience. We’re hoping you’ll be inspired to think and act a little differently after watching it — you may even feel the urge to join a Canon Collective workshop too.
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Canon Collective community member, Reilly Wardrope, chats about the experience that made this image above Tangalooma Resort possible.
Connie Cao—the creative brain behind the K is for Kani blog—joined the Canon Collective on an adventure of a lifetime to Namibia.
Discover how Canon Collective Member Russell Charters sees the world through photography.
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Richard Smith shares his experience of returning back to Uluru after 43 years with the Canon Collective team.